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Gov’t asks for public safety ‘smart communities’ proposals

Briefs | 10/30/2017 5:59 pm EDT

In a release on Monday, the federal government announced a call for proposals with a focus on enhancing defense and security, which includes $19 million to tackle public safety and security challenges “under the theme of smart communities and systems.”

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